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do you want to make something/anything of it?

informal
something that you say to someone as a way of threatening or offering to fight them when that person disagrees with you
(Definition of do you want to make something/anything of it? from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “do you want to make something/anything of it?”
in Chinese (Simplified) 你想动真格的吗?…
in Chinese (Traditional) 你想來真的嗎?…
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